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Cartoons: Animal Antics

Published: April 21, 2017

Two bears talk in a wood

“Come to bed, dear — it’s half past December.”
Jeff Keate
December 14, 1940

 

Penguins converse on an iceberg

“He wants a sand pile!”
Ed Nofziger
December 21, 1940

 

Turtles have a conversation on the lakeside

“What I’d like to know is, are these shelters bombproof?”
Ed Nofziger
December 20, 1941

 

Ostriches talk to eachother

“They’ve been meeting secretly like that for months.”
Ed Nofziger
December 30, 1944

 

Peacocks talk to eachother next to a tree

“Do me a favor. Stop calling me your fine-feathered friend.”
Chon Day
January 4, 1958

 

Gorilla swings between trees with a man tucked into his arm

“I like you too, but I have a wife and two children in Cincinnati.”
Vahan Shirvanian
January 4, 1964

 

Two bears talk in a cave

“August! My gosh, I really overslept!”
Joseph Farris
August 1, 1997

 

A dog on a psychaitrist's chair

“When she stops scratching your ears, that doesn’t mean she’s stopped loving you. It means her hand is tired.”
Randy Glasbergen
February 1, 2004

 

Two buzzards talk on a tree limb

“Is it true, Mom — leftovers for the rest of my life?”
Tom Cheney
May 1, 2004

 

Two catepillars talk in the grass

“I haven’t slept a wink since my husband developed restless leg syndrome.”
Harris
July 1, 2010

 

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  • Susan Powell

    There are a lot of really neat cartoons in the Missouri Conservationist magazine. All about nature. I think that the artist name is Grace. Might check it out for the magazine.

  • Well, these cartoons are proof animals have a lot of the same problems as people; I love them all. The bottom cartoon though reminded of the fact I’m not hearing about “restless leg syndrome” anymore, much less seeing pharmaceutical ads for it.

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